Majors and Minors

Our undergraduate degree programs can prepare you for a career in management, finance or marketing; or global issues such as climate change, water quality or the balance between food security and energy development.

This degree program offers students a unique opportunity to study agribusiness by combining resources of the College of Agricultural Sciences and the Smeal College of Business.

A degree in Agricultural and Extension Education can help prepare you for education and leadership positions in agriculture including working in schools and colleges, cooperative extension, business, trade and professional associations, and government agencies.

This major enables students to develop programs of study to serve their individual needs by assembling courses selected from various departments within the College of Agricultural Sciences.

An interdisciplinary social science degree designed for students to develop the knowledge and critical skills needed to work with individuals, communities, governments, and organizations to solve the tough problems facing society today.

We offer minors in Agribusiness Management, Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, Agricultural Communications, Environmental and Renewable Resource Economics, Leadership Development and Youth and Family Education.